Launch of the multi-year partnership between the NMF and PepsiCo, concentrating on girls and women. Including a visit to Mandela's office, a tour of the archive and viewing of the temporary exhibition 'Unthreading Mandela'.
"The concert" was the first 46664 concert, this was held in Greenpoint stadium Cape Town, South Africa. Recorded from videotapes from 46664/1 to videotape 46664/55. The videotapes are in folders 1 and 2. Each videotape is recorded in three formats. The first format being the use copy MP4. format followed by the MOV. format which has a higher quality followed by the MXF which is broadcast quality. The reason for this is to provide for use copies and also to provide for broadcast quality whenever it is needed.
46664 HIV/AIDS awareness campaign concert, held in 2003 at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. Peter Gabriel and Soweto Gospel Choir singing a tribute song for Steve Biko, a South African anti-apartheid activist.
This item consists of the 46664 HIV/AIDS campaign concert, held in 2003 at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. All the artists gathered on stage singing ''Nelson Mandela-46664'', waving hands.
46664 HIV/AIDS campaign concert, held in 2003 at Green Point Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. Video clips with messages from President Bill Clinton and Reverand Jesse Jackson in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Nelson Mandela addressing the audience.
The Nelson Mandela 90th Birthday tribute held in Hyde Park, London to commemorate Nelson Mandela ninetieth birthday. This concert formed part of the 46664 concerts to promote awareness of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. The hosts for the concert were Jada Smith, Will Smith, June Sarpong, Quincy Jones, Peter Gabriel, Stephen Fry, Lewis Hamilton and Geri Halliwell.
The Nelson Mandela 90th Birthday tribute held in Hyde Park, London to commemorate Nelson Mandela ninetieth birthday. This concert formed part of the 46664 concerts to promote awareness of the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Nelson Mandela addresses the crowd, next to him is Graca Machel and Zelda la Grange and surrounded by artists.
A tribute concert in honor of Nelson Mandela at St Paul the Apostle Church in New York City celebrating his life and legacy, and the 20th anniversary of democratic freedom in South Africa. Morgan Freeman performed dramatic readings from the original transcripts of Mr. Mandela's letters, speeches, and personal writings. These readings were accompanied by the world-famous Soweto Gospel Choir, who filled the cathedral with songs that honoured Mandela’s life and vision. President Bill Clinton gave a special tribute speech to Nelson Mandela and the work of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, celebrating Mr. Mandela's life and all that has been accomplished in South Africa in the twenty years since democracy was realized. Organised in collaboration with the Clinton Foundation and CultureHorde.
Hands Across South Africa aided the Nelson Mandela Foundation to continue to grow the momentum that legacy advocates like Gareth Cliff have already inspired in order to honour the life and legacy of Madiba, and in so doing make every day a Mandela Day. The event took place at the Phokosho School in Alexandra, Johannesburg.
A public launch by the Nelson Mandela Foundation held at the Donaldson Orlando Community Centre (now called YMCA). The Foundation launched a logo that will be the symbol of all the Nelson Mandela centenary activities. Seven schools were invited to the launch.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation partnered with the University of South Africa to remember Nelson Mandela Foundation five years after his passing away. The event was headlined by internationally renowned author and activist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. Photographs of guests arriving at the venue, ushers, and group photos of NMF trustees, NMF stakeholders, panellist, Mandela family and NMF Staff members with Chimamanda.
The Nelson Mandela 5th Annual Lecture with Kofi Annan, former UN Secretary-General and Nobel laureate. The focuse of the Lecture was on the progress of Africa, that it needed to be balanced on three pillars: security, development and human rights.
The Sixth Nelson Mandela Annual Lecture delivered by Liberian President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, 12 July 2008, in Kliptown, Soweto. President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf during a lecture titled “Behold the new Africa”, stressed the importance of transparent, accountable government and the need to fight corruption in Africa.
Soweto Gospel choir sing and the door of the Nelson Mandela Foundation Nelson Mandela joins the singing choir and then dances with them. Madiba jokes with them saying that he is cross with them for excluding him from the fun.